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    Posted: 26 Sep 2008 at 4:25am

...."The Anal Retentive Chef".  Just sitting here waiting for Seinfeld, doing some bills, and watching Alton Brown.  He is keeping french toast warm by using a heating pad (and I quote, "...the kind you use on your back", covered with a tea towel covered with a baking pan nestled next to him on a bench in his breakfast nook while dressed in a robe and bunny slippers. 

 
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He is f**king nuts.  But I love him. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ad nauseous Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Sep 2008 at 5:47am
Good Eats best cooking show.period.

LOLSmile

It's actually entertaining. freaking crazy silly but still entertaining.

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plus I learned something new about sesame seeds.

the type of cooking, roasting at the fast food restaurants doesn't let the flavor of the seeds to become noticeable. 
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We love Alton Brown.  The new show "Feasting on Waves" wasn't exactly what I expected but it was still pretty good.  One of the most entertaining cooking shows out there.
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Does he totally forget about cooking in order to put his trash in neat, tidy little packages?
 
RIP Phil Hartman.
 
One of my all time favorites.
Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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LOL..yes...and he uses all sorts of power tools to secure the packages.  Pretty sure there was a 2x4 involved....LOOOOL 
Man, that makes me sad.  What a loss.
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I was bummed out literally for weeks when he died.
 
I had never felt as negatively affected by the death of a celebrity before.
 
I guess a lot of it was the way he died & the sudden utter unexpectedness of it.
 
That & the fact that News Radio was one of my favorite shows at the time.
 
 
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Awww Jimbo, I feel you.....I was pretty bummed too...he was just too great to go like that and so sudden. I tried to find you some vids on youtube, but none did him justice. 

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My mom called me to tell me he died. It was so unlike her, but she knew I liked him and such.
I was floored. Still am.

Alton Brown is a genius.
I went to a book reading/signing of his at Powell's books here in portland back in 2001.
He started the talk with "first of all, I am not a chef"
It was an impressive talk and he is pleasant and soft spoken.
He was witty but not as zany as his show of course.
Very nice time.
I love his book.
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ALTON FOR PREZ!!!
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The first time I saw his (Alton) show, I was hooked.  He is the reason I can actually cook today.  I used to burn water before watching his show.
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Alton spent time in LA as a director of photography and was the d.o.p. on R.E.M's videos "End of the World" and "Losing my Religion" .
 
see if this looks familiar to you....
 
 
is it a episode of Good Eats with W in it OR is it a music video from 1982?
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Originally posted by WhiskeyMan2112 WhiskeyMan2112 wrote:

Alton spent time in LA as a director of photography and was the d.o.p. on R.E.M's videos "End of the World" and "Losing my Religion" .
 
see if this looks familiar to you....
 
 
is it a episode of Good Eats with W in it OR is it a music video from 1982?
 
 
Yes, Alton's resemblance to Thomas Dolby is uncanny.
 
 
 
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